11/06/2014 09:42 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Police Seek Quadruple Amputee Sean Petrozzino In Shooting Deaths Of Parents


A Florida man who lost his hands and feet to bacterial meningitis is a person of interest in the deaths of his parents, police say.

Sean Petrozzino, 30, had moved in with his parents, Nancy, 64 and Michael, 63, after separating from his wife.

On Wednesday, the couple was found fatally shot in their home, and their son was nowhere to be found. Cops ruled their deaths homicides. Although he has not been named a suspect, police say Petrozzino is dangerous.

"We do believe he has a firearm. He’s considered dangerous and they believe he is in the south Florida area," Orange County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Jane Watrel told WFTV.

On Wednesday, police released a photo of Petrozzino taken at an ATM. Police released the photo of the man so that the public might be able to identify him by his surgery scars.


Deputies also said they are searching for a red, four-door Toyota with the Florida license plate of 112VZY.

Anyone with information about Petrozzino's whereabouts is asked to call Crimeline at 800-423-8477.

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